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***Mark Watches Supernatural, Season 4 Episode 15 ‘Death Takes a Holiday’.***
Okay, I've been bulk buying and forgetting to share on here. There should be 7-8 clicks left on all of these so go wild. Here we go...
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I think trains are a great way to get around Europe, especially the UK. Pretty much all major cities can be reached easily and quickly by train, and although it gets sketchier as you get further north, it's still likely your best bet.
If not Leeds then I thoroughly enjoyed Manchester last time, and I'd be more than happy to travel there again for an event. It's not far on the train!
***Edit: Forgot to mention, if you're heading over to Ireland, you can get a ferry from Liverpool to Dublin really easily and it's quite cheap too. Don't know if that helps??
For those unfamiliar with it, it was a scheme where people on unemployment benefits were forced into going to 'retail training programmes' for various large high-street stores which lasted up to 6 months for some people, and who were told that they would lose any and all government money if they dropped out or failed to turn up. Unknown amounts of people were forced into basically working a full time job for about £50 or less per week for quite a while, before it kicked off and the tabloids got hold of it. It massively targeted vulnerable, poor people in difficult situations, and it was so gross. If anyone's interested, here's an article written by a young woman who was part of it (http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2012/jan/15/unemployed-young-people-need-jobs). I very much think it must have been at least partially inspired by that, surely.
ANYWAYS, season 2 always really impressed me with the way it represented Simon. He could have been so different, but he's so forthcoming and although so different to Amy and Kieren, seems to be good for the place. Keeps everyone on their toes at least ;) Maxine makes my skin crawl more than a little.